Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on October 19, 1956 · Page 9
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 9

Alton, Illinois
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Friday, October 19, 1956
Page 9
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1956 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE NINE Upper Alton Now* Fronts Have NRWS or tt'ftnt to Clint? Phonf S-fiB4fi NAME STAFF FOR EAST NEWSPAPER Marcia Ballenger and Cecil! Diaz have been named editors of East Junior High School's student newspaper, The Hornets Buzz. Marcia is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Milton Ballenger, 2918 College Ave., and Cecelia is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Diaz, 1033 Wilkinson Ave. Named assistant editors were Judy Hershey and Jean Wilson. Other newspaper staff numbers selected were: Jane John- soli, Hope Cousley, citizenship; Carole Kobor and Margaret Brotherhoods from Salem, Woodhurn and Fosterburg churches will meet Monday, 7:30 p.m., at the Salem church. Family night will be observed. A feature will be the showing oi a motion picture, "Day of Decision." It is based on the work of the church among Indians. BROWNIE TROOP 1.11 TOURS POLICE STATION Brownie Troop 154 of Horace Mann School toured I he Alton police station Thursday afternoon. Some 15 members were shown through the building and many Thies, music; Gary Bogart, Blll| got tneir firsl ]ook at a 1n j, Kodros, sports: Rosemary Rued, in, Joann.i Taulos, literature; Cincy Byt'ord, Priscilla Peter- srn, safety; Judy Boyd, Saun- rira White, humor; Margaret Childers, Donna Lindsay, activities, Jana Herrin, Linda Baker, art; Judy Logan, Dolores Lurnbie, clubs; Marilyn VVaide, Karan Keasler, feature; Jo Griesbaum, business manager, Anita Blayney, Paul Phillips, slaffmen: Jim Campbell, circulation manager, Ann McBride cell. They were also taken to the shooting range where they picked up cartridge cases for souvenirs. NEARLY SPENT BULLET PENETRATES WINDOW A nearly-spent bullet penetrated the window and screen of an | upstairs room in the home of j Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Newcomh, 2414 Amelia St., Thursday morning. Mrs. Newcomb said she found the slug on the floor about 10 Thursday afternoon of the Mothers Club at Mark Twain School. The department is designed to help each child develop a musical sense, Frit?, said. Kindergarten children start with a musical sense, Fritz said. Kindergarten children start with rhythm bands and progress until they are singing several part harmony in the upper grades. The department head answered questions from the audience. He and Mrs. Frit? entertained with musical selections at the ciose of the program. Mrs. D. W. McGarvey, Mrs. Guy Mason, Mrs. Leland Cunningham, Mrs. Charles Slagley, Mrs. M. Baulolph! and Mrs. C. F. Gulhrie were hostesses. Room count was won by the class ot Mrs. Martha VVatkins. Mrs. Wanda Slaglcy was given the attendance award. MARK TWAIN BENEFIT PARTY NETS RJ.90 A benefit party held at Mark Twain School Thursday night netted $190 which will be used for various enterprises. The party was sponsored by the Mothers Club. The monev ROGER BECKER, SEATED, new president of East Junior High School student council makes a point at an informal meeting with other council officers. Standing from left, Patty Barton, secretary; Larry Donahue, treasurer, and Dick Haynes, vice president.—Staff Photo, and Sandy Camp, staffmen. | a m Thev , d . , . j will be used to purchase drapes | It had a value possibly as high celebrated throughout next week l?rttv»*»*«M? nitntU ntv^rln A£,r»"i , • ( ' ' *; r_ . .i_- ._.__! i i i ', na C.Jfirt ' ct»r1inry AtnnHnv Reporters, ninth grade, Myra Ingram, Evanthta Nicholou. Marilyn Thompson, Lana Econimed- os. Miriam Brown, PcRRy Neu- rleckfr. Bill Bettendori, Judy Kisfner, Jcannette Demunbrun. Eighth era do. Junir Brf\ver, Pat Billings, Elana Dinz, Sandra Manns, Jim Kieser, Jpnn Pierce, Marilyn Riffey, Barbara Compis, John Barlow and Lana Covvn. Seventh grade, Sandra Pratt, Richard MUSRHIVO, John O'Donovan, Paul MeFnrlane, Nancy Police deduced it wns a ncar- for the teachers' ly-spent bullet because the tra-; sornp wi!l lw lounge aside to and buy joctory indicated the slug was welfare baskets during the holi- dropping. They assumed it came! da -" ! ' from n lonp distancp. HOME IH'KKAt; MTK UNIT HAU,OW KRN TARTY SKT Upper Alton Nile Unit of the Madison County Home Bureau will have a Halloween party Wednesday, 7:30 p.m., at the home of Mrs. Clyde MrCormirk, 2306 Morning Star Dr. The party will be held in eon- I CUB PACK 17 HAVE P.APEH Cub Pack 17 TO PICK UP of Thomas as 5400. j starting Monday. Included were a tube tester, j The Rev. Calmese will be the host for the week-long observ- Water, Barley, Pigs Equals Pickled Pigs ATASCADERO, Calif. IP — t3H you know that water and barley and pigs produces pickled pigs? Neither did Jim Bcntlcy, an Atascadcro farmer, until Thursday. Bentlpy thinks a lot of his three pig?. He gave them a special treat of barley soaked in water. Later he tried to herd them into their pnn and found they couldn't move; just stared at him stupidly. So Bentley rushed to (lie telephone and called a veterinarian. "Humph," said the vet after A quick look. "They're not sick, just drunk." CECELIA DIAZ AND Marcia feallenger, new editors of The Hornets Buzz, East Junior High School student newspaper, hold up copies of the paprr as they answer questions put to them by a few members of their editorial staff. Some 60 students work on the publication.—Staff Photo. all-church Halloween party which [ fJ Pra t llr T\J an Heads (will be Oct. 27. BICYCLE ABANDONED NKAR MILTON" SCHOOL Jcf- iWrave. Elizabeth Uwis. Mich- .J inlction ™ 1h 1ne rcgular me ^ ael .Mueller, Bill Baker, Arnold and Sherry Kay. KOOKR BKCKKK KMSCTKD K. JUNioit COUNCIL HKAIJ Roger Becker has been elect-' cd president of the East Junior' „ WOMAN" IIECOVKRI.VC AFTKK SHE WAS HURT AT WORK Mrs. Mary' Warner. 3235 Edfje- woofl Ave., is recovering at St. High School Student Council. I *»**>*'s Hospital after she was Young Beck-jr is the son o f i injllrt>d ;it uork ' Mr. and Mrs. Otto Becker, 1B "<" Tho Luor Blos - P ;J ' kln ^ Co Main St. Other officers 1808! elected were: employe was struck on the head by a piece (if equipment Wednes- Dick"Haynes." vice presidcnt'/son j d; »; •}. member^ of the family of Mr. and Mrs. Buren Haynes, 302C College Ave.; I^rry Donahue, treasurer, son of Mr. nnd IWrs. Franklin Donahue, 2109 Orchard Blvd.; and Patty Barton, secretary, daughter of Mr. an3 Mrs. Lyman Edwards St. Barion, 2340 The following are council members : Seventh grade, Sherry Dawdy. Cheryl W'ilkes. Randy Arst, said. Several stitches were required to close the cut. In other cases: Everett Boggcss, 1002 Herbert St.. If in St. Joseph's Hospital ! for treatment o! hypertension, a i member of the family said. terson School will have a paper collection Saturday, starting at 9 a.m. Saturday evenng a wiener roast and hay ride will be held for the pack members and their families. Evtryone is to meet at the school at 5:30 p. m. Each family is to bring its own food and drink. The nuting will be held at the Winsladr farm near Brighton. CANDIDATE PASTOK AT MALV BAPTIST SL'XDAV The Rev. Truman Twaif, of Batavia, 111., will preach at. the morning and evening services, at Main Street Baptist Church. The church has been without a pastor for about two months. The Rev. Twait will be here as a pastor candidate. Baptist Youth Fellowship, senior and junior, will meet Sunday, 6:30 p.m. Juniors were told that if they to "hear about the feath- they should attend the meet- H grid circuit tester, a survey. inp kit and about 70 tubes. ance. The equipment had the appear-' YOl?TH TO LKAD SERV1CK ance ot having been out in the ' AT UPPER ALTON BAPTIST weather for about six months, i Baptist Youth Fellowship will IX'puty Turner said. jhave charge of the regular eve-jWatalee Ave. It was found in a heaviy wood-jning service Sunday. 7:30 at Up- ; ed section behind the 2900- per Alton Baptist Church, blor-k of Forest drive by three A campaign is in progress to boys who reported it to their have a large attendance at the parents. service. ORDINATION SERMCB Yount; people will he in all the SUNDAY AT TABERNACLE palls of the service. John Smith, The Rev. Lonnie Calmese will ; a i-ophomore at Shurtlefl College, will deliver the sermon. In other news: Monday evening the BYF will have a roller skating party at Playmoie Roller Arena. Members are asked to inert at the church at 7 o'clock. The First Baptist Church youth also will Board of Shippers A girl's bicycle was found in, a weed patch behind .Milton i School eariv todav. LOS ANGELES — T. Chase day at its annual convention. Bunvell, vice president of the A. E. Staley Manufacturing Co.. succeeds John \V. Witherspoon of Los Angeles. Bunvell of Dccatur, 111., was elect- ; Tourist problems in La Paz. Finder was Gordon Prine, 3003 i ed president of the National Assn. | Bolivia, have been solved by thc 'of Shippers Advisory Boards Thurs- 1 new Copacabana Hotel. ST. CLAIR VARIETY STORE Groceries - Luncheon Meats Dry Cleaning and Bachelor Laundry, Magazines, Film Developing ROUTE 67 AND GRACE ST. Godfrey, III. Open 7 Days from 8 A. M. to 9:30 P. M. Bill Sf. Clair, Proprietor Dial 2-4842 or 3-3040 He entered Wednesday and he ' " !Tg ; has improved. He is expected to be discharged Sunday. Mrs. Alice Campbell, 917 Ri.\on St., was discharged from Al- Carole Stauffer, Tom Muehlman. j ton Memorial Hospital Thurs- Myra Phillips, Mike Fike, Paul Ducqmmun, Jane Johnson, Ken Ixrnhardt, Elizabeth Lewis, Bob' McBriemKancy Hargrave. Rich- day after entering Wednesday for examination and tests. Mrs. Campbell, a proofreader at the Telegraph, will undergo ard Musgrave, Paul McFarlane { major abdominal surgery Oct. and Bill Boatney. ) 30. Kiphth grade, Leo Daniels,! Michael, 5-year-old son of Mr. 5u<an Carlson. Mike Bowker, ! and Mrs. J. B. S-'bold, 3G16 West- Ron Jureziz, David Henderson, i ern Ave., was discharged Thurs- Philip Swan, Ellen Young, Sue | day from St. Joseph's Hospital Mindrup, Karol Scott, Terry j where he underwent an opera- Barton, Jay Tolley, Sandra lion Tuesday. i OLD, ONCE VALUABLE LOOT FOUND IX 31ILTO.V Once valuable television repair equipment that had badly deteriorated was recovered Thursday from a woods in the Milton area. The equipment was believed loot from a burglary which the thieves found they could not sell. Deputy Sheriff Paul Turner said. be ordained as a minister Sunday afternoon at the Tabernacle Baptist Church. The Rev. William H. Binford will officiate at the ordination ceremony. The Rev. Alfred Wilson- of Springfield will preach. Alsa to be ordained will be two go on the party, deacons, William Huston and ' Young people will meet at the Arnold Weeden. ' church Tuesday, 7 p. m., for Other ministers to assist in the ' their project night and prayer ceremonies will be the Rev. A. j cell. Gardner, the Rev. E. M. Nelson, j Young people's newspaper the Rev. William Phillips. ; staff will meet Wednesday, 4 p.m. Thc ceremonies will launch at the church, the sixth anniversary observ- j Thurday evening after choir ance of the Rev. Binford as pas- i rehearsal the young people will tor of thc church which will be decorate the basement for the The Hole of The Liberal Church What is Liberal Religion? Manns, Wendell McAfoos, John Barlow, Syndey Ferguson, Rhoda Simon, John Kodros, JoA n n Texada, Joyce Hoagland, Sue Dickinson. Ninth grade, Lyndell Johnson, Jim Wells, Martin Perez, Sandra Dunbar. Gary Bogart, J i m Hubbard, Carole Kober, Saundra White, Pat Huner, Sandy Hives. Ann McBride, Don Grizzle, Gary Anderson. Fred Shaw, A'ercia Ballinger, Judy Hcrshpy, Perry Coons, Charles Richmond, Tom Bonnan. Peggy Neudecker. SALEM PRESBYTERIAN TO HAVE LAYMAN'S SUNDAY Layman's Sunday will be held this week at Salem Presbyterian Church on Seminary road. Gerald L. Funk will preside. Others taking part will be Joseph Kercher, read Scripture; Calvin Schallenberg, prayers; and Clarence Gerdt, John A. Von Bergen, Alvin E. Weinman, who will give talks. The Rev. John Yundt, pastor, will have the benediction. Service starts at 11 a.m. In other news: PHILADELPHIA comes to FOSTER'S Caprice assortment $1.49 FAMOUS PHILADELPHIA store assortments of wonderful chocolates are here! Reserved for Whitman's glittering Chestnut Street Store until now, this famous "eating and giving" candy Is here —and here alone In Alton for you to enjoy. FOSTER'S DRUG STORK •130 10. Broadway. Dial 2-2833 OPJ5N BVJCKV NITK TILL 10 He entered Monday. Condition of the boy is good. Harry A. Smith, 3323 Badley Ave., is in St. Joseph's Hospital for treatment of an infection of the inner ear, a member of the family said. He entered Monday and he was expected to be discharged this weekend. His condition is satisfactory. Mrs. Richard Ijocke, 3112 Leverett Ave., has been discharged from St. Joseph's Hospital where she underwent minor surgery. She entered Monday find was discharged Thursday. Her condition is satisfactory. MARK TWAIN MOTHERS HEAR MUSIC LEADER LeRoy Fritz, director of music for the school district, explained the operation of (he music department before a meeting HAVE YOUR EYES EXAMINED REGULARLY Your eyes your the same. rna.r change, but always remain FIRST SEE YOUR EYE PHYSICIAN (M.D.) Then for Your Glasses See OPTICAL SERVICE 60S E. 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